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    https://web.archive.org/web/20000511...com/index.html

    /discuss
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    Ah 2000 was a simpler time
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    Arghhh that orange...It burns
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    Now it's a edgy site of long paragraphs.
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    Oh wow, that orange.
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    https://web.archive.org/web/20010627...ils/index.html

    Paper application forms could soon be a thing of the past
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    must be submitted to UCAS through a teacher or careers advisor, either via the Internet or by floppy disk.
    Oh lord.
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    ewww! Its horrible! ......And I thought the "modern" site looked old and outdated....
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    The EAS allows you to fill in your UCAS application form on a PC at your school, college, local careers service, or even on your PC at home.

    Even on my PC???!
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    I miss old 2000 webpages aww, everything is too polished now.
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    Why would you show us this? Thanks for the trauma.
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    ew its disgusting
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    I liked the orange ucas sites. You could actually find the information you wanted
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    (Original post by Juno)
    I liked the orange ucas sites. You could actually find the information you wanted
    I preferred early web-design. A simple repository of easily found information without any *******s involved.
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    I preferred early web-design. A simple repository of easily found information without any *******s involved.
    Actually I'd say its easier nowadays with your fancy GUI instead of that text based crap they had before
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    it's so slow.
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    If you follow the links to courses, you can also see university websites as they existed in 2000. Quite interesting.
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    (Original post by Spratty)
    Actually I'd say its easier nowadays with your fancy GUI instead of that text based crap they had before
    I kinda liked the tackiness that websites used to have it had a nice homemade vibe.
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    The application date used to be December 15th ... hmmmmm
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    OP - how bored are you, really?
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    OP - how bored are you, really?
    Im pretty bored. Good guess
 
 
 
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